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down the flint river catch us up a little catfish dinner ♪ ♪ gonna sound like a winner when i lay you down and love you right yeah ♪ ♪ that's my kind of night yeah that's my kind of night woo oh oh oh ♪ ♪ my kind or your kind is this kind of night we dance in the dark and your lips land on mine ♪ ♪ oh oh oh oh oh gonna get our love on oh oh oh oh oh time to get our buzz on ♪ ♪ all them other boys wanna wind you up and take you downtown but you look like ♪ ♪ the kind that likes to take it way out out where the corn rows grow row row my boat ♪ catch us up a little cat fish by gonna sound like a winner when i lay you down and love you right ♪ yeah that's my kind of night ♪ yeah that's my kind of night ♪ right here tonight ♪ yeah that's my kind of night ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: his new album "crash my party." it's out now, got barbecue sauce all over my face. i want to thank josh duhamel, adam perry lang, apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time. tomorrow night oprah winfrey, christopher mintz-plasse and music from the wanted. "nightline"
can ride with us crawl in a caddy third row is when you ♪ ♪ call i hit cancel really i hit answer -- i hate when that happens phone in my pocket ♪ ♪ for the whole night and you heard -- screamin' til my phone dies then she text me like why ♪ ♪ you still talk to my mama how the --you run around with condoms why you make me ♪ ♪ get this tattoo man --his tattoo you the reason i wasn't single in college ♪ ♪ what all because i had you -- don't even have you how am i suppose to get past you ♪ ♪ and she called the next guy spillin' some real -- now they problems he got to deal with ♪ ♪ when you said it was over you shot right through my heart why you let these tear what we had right apart ♪ ♪ ooh i was so mad i should've seen this coming right from the start you should beware beware ♪ ♪ beware of a woman with a broken heart ♪ ♪ baby ♪ calling me crazy ♪ crazy ♪ baby ♪ still calling me baby ♪ calling me crazy ♪ crazy >> l.a. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: big sean. his new cd "hall of fame" comes out augs 27th. a bonus song at jimmykimmellive.
gomez, i want to thank ben stein, apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time. thank you for joining us, "nightline" is next. ,, >>> tonight on "nightline." dream fulfilled? today as the president addresses the nation from the steps of the lincoln memorial. and two women who were here 50 years ago to share martin luther king jr.'s dream. >>> it is what is painting the town red and purple and every color of the rainbow. it is the color run, and revolutionizing the way we run and stay fit. >>> and there is something for everyone in our reunion round-up. from insync to the vma's to a father and son, we guarantee you from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >>> good evening, when martin luther king jr. stood up to address the nation on the steps of the lincoln memorial, his words did not use the phrase "i have a dream." he had used those words before, but they wanted something different. and then, mahalia jackson said "tell them about the dream." and he said the words that still resonate today. two young african american girls went to the gathering, and had a message.
for joining us, porn stars are in the business of selling fantasy. but reality came crashing down this week with a new hiv positive diagnosis for one of their stars. and that is leading critics to say it is time to do more for the industry. it is a health crisis with big bucks and lives at stake. the question, can a business built on appearing raw and spontaneous be regulated with a different kind of restraint? abc's david wright looked at the story in 2011 and continues with the latest. >> reporter: it is a multi-billion dollar business, some say bigger than baseball, football, and basketball combined. the question is, is it safe? >> animals have more protection in the making of films than porn performers. how many cases do there have to be before we take it seriously? >> reporter: this week, another adult film actor tested positive for the hiv virus. cameron bay tweeted she tested positive, thanks to everyone showing love, i feel stronger than ever. so far no other actor she worked with has tested positive. but the industry has temporarily halted all production as a safeguard. so when you
>>> this time, it appears deadly chemical weapons were used. potentially one of the worst war atroc atrocities in recent memory. our chief global correspondent martha raddatz was there. as a note to our viewers, this report includes a very disturbing and graphic image. >> reporter: the bodies sprawled across clinic floors, many of the victims children and even infants. others fighting for life, rescue crews trying to help them. victims frantically trying to get air, their bodies showing no other signs of injuries. no blood. >> the convulsions, we see a number of people, babies, pinpointing the people -- gurgling is usually consistent with a type of nerve agent. >> reporter: the rebel say that syrian troops fired rockets on these innocents, rockets carrying poisionous gas, they deny it was used, calling the claims baseless. but this weapons expert says that the video shows clear signs. >> the only explanation i can really see is this looks like this fellows nerves are being destroyed potentially by something like sarin. >> reporter: if verified, this would be one of the worst chemica
. ,, . >>> tonight on "nightline," you have heard of the group-on getaway, right? we set this one up that took us to paradise, but you wouldn't believe what we found ourselves swimming in. >> he tried to sell us marijuana and coke. >> so how can you make sure your next vacation is not a hot mess. >>> and heading to the dominican republic, what is waiting for you when you step off the plane. if you're planning a vacation, you may want to listen up. >>> and for years, it was the world's worst kept secret. area 51, we reveal a newly classified document. so what did the conspiracy theorists get right about the stop secret air force base? >> keep it right here, >>> from new york city, this is "nightline." with juju chang. >> good evening, and thank you for joining us, still looking for that last minute getaway summer bargain? when it comes to good deals, it is tempting to jump. but do you really get what you pay for? earlier this summer, lindsay davis looks into this as "nightline" investigates. >> reporter: oh, the beach looks great. look at the water. it certainly didn't look like what i would consi
night johnny knoxville, logan lerman and music from queens of the stone age. thank you for joining us, "nightline" is next. good night. >>> tonight on "nightline," dangerous games. hits like this, and this. and this. have helped to make the nfl a multi billion dollar entertainment brand. but tonight, a deal like this and players paying the ultimate price. the settlement may have saved the league, but at what cost to the players? >>> she was married to a man hated by countless americans who they have never met. and tonight, a conversation with george zimmerman's wife to talk justice, marriage, and mistakes. >> i have made mistakes, and i want to own them right now. >>> and we're on the front lines of the fast food fight with workers striking and big chains competing in our ever-growing super size nation. >>> keep it right here, america, super size nation. >>> keep it right here, america, "nightline" is unbelievable. shhhhh! in our day, we didn't have u-verse high speed internet. yeah, our babysitter didn't have a million ways to serve mom up on a silver platter. we had to count sheep
for joining us, still looking for that last minute getaway summer bargain? when it comes to good deals, it is tempting to jump. but do you really get what you pay for? earlier this summer, lindsay davis looks into this as "nightline" investigates. >> reporter: oh, the beach looks great. look at the water. it certainly didn't look like what i would consider a tough assignment. >> here are the rooms. not too bad. >> you're about to leave me again, just got back from honeymoon. >> reporter: i had not even unpacked from my honeymoon, when a day later, here i was heading for a beach hotel in the dominican republic. we were about to learn it is possible to go too far off the beaten path when we booked a group-on coupon that would go from sketchy to scary in less than 48 hours. groupon is known for its signature discounts and getaways, two nights in niagra falls, a six-day wine tour in italy. you find great reviews for all of them. but tucked away among them, two nights in the don juan beach resort. as we check in, i try to make sure, i was getting the room i was promised on groupon. >> the j
queens of the stone age. thank you for joining us, "nightline" is next. good night. >>> tonight on "nightline." we're on the road to adventure with undercover travel reporter going to extremes to help you avoid the tourist trap. and find the hidden gems. in search of the perfect holiday. and speaking of great vacations, there is camping and then there is glamping, for those who care less about the creatures and care more about being pampered. >>> and the oscar goes to ellen degeneres. move over, the boys are on the naughty list. and nice is >>> from new york city, this is "nightline." with cynthia mcfadden. >>> good evening, and thank you for joining us. ever notice how we never seem to get as many weeks of vacation as we feel we need? so when you do take those precious days it had better be for something special, right? if you have ever arrived at a hotel room that has not been cleaned, or an attraction that has not been seen since, this is for you. for those that snagged that dream vacation they're taking us along for the ride. here is abc's david wright. >> reporter: one of t
you for joining us, tonight we look at one of the most controversial subjects, abortion. the lines are being drawn in missouri and of course, texas, but sometimes as minds close and the lines harden, we lose sight of the people involved. tonight, we travel to the last abortion clinic in mississippi. which, as we arrive, has only 72 hours left before it appears the state will shut it down forever. >> your baby wants to live! >> stop the shedding of innocent blood. >> reporter: every day, people show up at the last abortion clinic in mississippi. >> there are babies being killed inside of this pink building. >> reporter: certain that what takes place inside is morally wrong. >> there is never a good reason for a baby to die. >> reporter: the protesters believe god stands with them, and they are determined to be heard. >> we have to plead with the killers to stop. >> reporter: but just on the other side of the fence, the clinic's staff is equally determined to drown them out. >> i ask make more noise than they can. >> reporter: it is a defiant last stand, here at the only clinic where
drink ♪ drink it if you can ♪ can you spend a little time ♪ time is lipping away ♪ away from us so stay ♪ stay with me i can make ♪ make you glad you came ♪ the sun goes down ♪ the stars come out ♪ and all that counts is here and now ♪ ♪ my universe will never be the same ♪ ♪ i'm glad you came ♪ i'm glad you came ♪ ♪ you cast a spell on me, spell on me ♪ ♪ you hit me like the sky fell on me, fell on me ♪ >>> tonight on "nightline" -- picture perfect. meet the future king of england. in the just-released first family portrait. and in his first interview as a father, papa prince william talks about the perils of parenting. >> i was terrified. >> we're getting to know baby george a whole lot better. >>> girl power. the girl next door is increasingly packing heat. >> fire! >> and gun manufacturers are taking notice. marketing guns to women. from pink to polka dot. what's behind the new gender-bending trend? ♪ applause, applause, applause >>> and why did the queen of pop declare a pop emergency? and which former friend is she now publicly battling? gaga is bac
for joining us, many say that when you meet that special someone you just know. and some might even say the same applies when picking out that special ring. but there is a lot more to choosing a diamond than meets the eye. and underneath the surface, these precious stones may not always mean what they seem. my colleague went undercover to investigate. >> reporter: my wedding was the best day of my life, the setting beautiful, and the bride, a clearly out of my league doctor named bianca looked uncomfortable and hot. the only stressful experience was buying the perfect engagement ring, think about this, this is probably the most emotional purchase of your life. so how do you know if you're really getting what you think you're buying? >> looks like i'm a waiter at tgi fridays. >> or an undercover car salesman. >> reporter: to see how up front the dealers are, i have reluctantly agreed to wear a disguise, so i can go undercover as a bachelor on the hunt for a ring. >> are they making a sequel to the vampire slayer? you know, more importantly, somebody is not going to buy a diamond ring lik
>>> good evening and thanks for joining us. he's been to afghanistan, worked as a fighter pilot, and lived his entire life scrutinized by the world's media. but it's a new challenge that's leading prince william to really lose sleep. yes, little george, his new baby. instilling a healthy dose of fear in the young prince he's never dealt with before. the first portraits of the king-to-be were released tonight. as william opens up for the first time about the far more pedestrian challenges of being a pop. here's abc's linsey davis. >> reporter: there he is, prince george, the new heir to the british throne. eyes closed and fast asleep. he was just days old when his maternal grandfather, princess kate's father, michael middleton, snapped these first public photos in the garden of their family home inbucklebury, e7kd. and today another first. prince william opening up to cnn about his first few weeks of fatherhood. >> he's a little bit of a rascal. put it that way. he reminds me of my brother or me when i was younger. i'm not sure. but he's doing very well at the moment. >> reporter
tellin' us to slow it down shake their heads in disbelief ♪ ♪ well we're breakin all the rules cuz they're getting in the way and we'll never be as ♪ ♪ young as we are today and they're claiming i'm a fool but i look the other way ♪ ♪ they can tell me what to do when i'm old and grey now the stars ♪ ♪ are ours tonight we'll worry 'bout tomorrow when the sun starts shining bright ♪ ♪ then we'll sleep but now the stars are ours tonight we'll worry 'bout tomorrow ♪ ♪ when the sun starts shining bright then we'll sleep ♪ ♪ hey ho hey ho ♪ ♪ hey ho hey [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mayer hawthorne, you can see the bonus song from jimmy kimmel live.com. and apologies to matt damon, we ran out of time, tomorrow, music from joan jett and the blackhearts, thank you for joining us, we're out of time. >>> tonight, on "nightline." abc news exclusive. we talked to the sole survivor from one of the biggest firefighting tragedies since 9/11. >>> and an entire team gone, he tells us what happened that day, what he heard and how he survived. >> you torment yourself, think
, everyone, and thank you for joining us tonight. the horrors they endured are unimaginable. and only they can really ever know what went on in that house. but for the three women held captive by ariel castro, today was a day of catharis and relief. now it is his turn to be a prisoner, but before he was shut away forever, his victims got a chance to say their piece. here is abc's alex perez. >> reporter: he is perhaps one of the most evil men in america, but before ariel castro was sent away to serve his life plus a thousand years, one of his victims had a chance to confront her tormenter in court. >> from this moment on, i will not let you define me or affect who i am. >> reporter: michelle knight spoke directly to her captor about her 11 years of living hell. as she spoke, his eyes never left her. but this is the moment it registered. >> you said you didn't kill me, but you took 11 years of my life away. and i have got it back. i spent 11 years in hell. now your hell is just beginning. >> reporter: knight said she is no longer afraid of ariel castro. >> as you think about the 11 yea
edition of "nightline," "the hunt for >>> thanks for joining us tonight. it's the wild african elephant is ever driven to extinction, man will certainly have plenty of souvenirs of the slaughter. to many an ivory chess set or hand-carved letter opener seems too trivial to kill for, especially a creature of such majesty and intelligence as the elephant. but for so many others ivory is a good luck status symbol worth striving for, with the demand so high up to 30,000 elephants are poached each year just for their tusks. so tonight a trip into the black market for white gold as it's known. from new york city to china to africa and then back to the states. a journey where corruption reigns and a few wildlife crime fighters try to change human nature before it's too late. they say you can buy anything in new york city. >> this is 10,000. this is less expensive than that piece. >> reporter: but can you buy the hand-carved souvenir of a slaughtered elephant? for this beloved creature the tusk is a key to survival in the wild. used to forage and fight. but they are worthless against a man with
>>> good evening, thank you for joining us, tonight, we explore a powerful case of crime and punishment, still being hotly debated 25 years after the fact. arnold friedman and his son, jesse, both pled guilty to a series of horrible sexual crimes. the victims? young boys. millions of americans debated the case and in the years since, new evidence has come to light including evidence from an appellate court, wondering if justice was really done. with witnesses recanting, we recapture the friedmans. >> what is today's date? >> today is the date before i went to jail. >> reporter: this is jesse friedman in a home video, 25 years ago, he is 19 and about to go to prison for a series of terrible crimes. hundreds of counts of molesting young boys in great neck, long island. >> a teacher in long island is charged with sodomizing young boys who were his students. did you ever do it? >> no. >> reporter: he may be denying it on his way to prison, but he pled guilty, along with his son. he went to prison for 13 years. and this is jesse friedman today, we've taken him back to his childhood home. whe
. this is their album called "trouble will find me." playing us off the air with "this is the last time." you can see the full performance at jimmykimmellive.com. once again, the national! good night! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ oh ♪ when i lift you up you feel like a hundred times yourself ♪ ♪ i wish everybody knew what's so great about you ♪ ♪ oh ♪ but your love is such a swamp ♪ ♪ you don't think before you jump ♪ ♪ and i said i wouldn't get sucked in ♪ ♪ i ♪ this is the last time ♪ oh ♪ don't tell anyone i'm here did ♪ >>> tonight on "nightline," how a school employee talked down an alleged shooter. >> he was going to start shooting the kids. >> we traveled to egypt. one of the biggest american allies in the middle east. as the casualties begin to climb, we had an exclusive interview with the egyptian prime minister. >>> need a friend? meet sunny obama. the latest in a long line of white house furry friends. the latest on >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >>> good evening, and thank you for joining us, we begin with a terrifying eve
, this is "nightline" with cynthia mcfadden. >>> good evening, and thank you for joining us, we begin with a terrifying event in atlanta today, screaming children flooding out of their elementary school. a gunman inside with a weapon, a scene harkening back to the tragedy that happened in newtown, connecticut. today, thankfully, no one was hurt. but as children all over the country head back to school, questions abound. how did an armed young man stroll into an elementary school, and why? >> reporter: they are images no parent wants to see, and they're frighteningly familiar, desperate teachers here at the discovery learning academy outside of atlanta, rushing the young children, single file, away from danger. and inside the elementary school, a young man with a gun loose. >> we suspected he came in as somebody authorized to be there. >> reporter: it was only the second week of school when the familiar scene unfolded. he entered around 1:00 p.m., carrying an ak-47 knock off and a number of other alleged weapons. the police say it is michael arrested for aggravated assault on a police officer, terrorist
us. their ancestors likely swam our oceans 400 million years ago. well before dinosaurs ever struftd on land. sharks, as ghastly as they are graceful, have proven to be the ultimate survivors. while much of their innate savagery occurs under cloudy seas, when it comes to attacks on humans they are high profile predators with just about every incident making international waves. these days it is not all hype. attacks on human have increased by over 30% in the last five years. in partnership with discovery network, sam champion dives in with these awe inspiring creatures to find out why. >> they're some of the most feared predators on the planet. with ferocious teeth and a bite from hell. you rarely see them coming. >> there is this massive sharks head attached to me. >> every so often a person comes eye to eye with a killer and survives. >> i was swimming through a pool of my own blood and i thought i was dead. >> take a close look. that's paul being pulled un. >> could i see the lip pulled back. i could see the gum and the row of teeth all the way across my leg and over my list. >> a
from us so stay ♪ ♪ stay with me i can make make you glad you came the sun goes down the stars come out ♪ ♪ and all that counts is here and now my universe will never be the same ♪çó ♪ i'm glad you came >>> tonight on "nightline," the battle with usher, got new fire after his ex had a fight about a pool. she says that usher is rarely home and that she should have more time with their kids. >> do you think usher hates you? >> no. >> girl power, mixed martial arts used to be a boy's club, but roushey fought her way in and to the top. >>> booted from hooters. why was this disgraced politician banned from this eating establishment? apparently he doesn't meet their standards on >>> from new york city, this is "nightline" with dan abrams. >>> good evening, and thank you for joining us. usher is one of the most famous musicians in the world. but to hisçó kids, he is just a dad. and after winning a legal battle with his ex-wife, tameka, last year, he got custody of his children, she is challenging that ruling, particularly after a scary accident at usher's home. and now she is takin
york city, this is "nightline" with bill weir. >>> thank you for joining us, in this media age if you go on national television and insult any one group of americans from presbyterians to pole vaulters, there will be heck to pay, unless you go to the amish. now there is a show blowing up everything we thought we knew about these humble folk. it claims to have a sub culture that keeps them in life. abc's lindsay davis went into their quaint corner of america to find out. >> reporter: here in lancaster, pennsylvania, the amish here live like they have for decades, simply and humbly. but behind closed doors is an american subculture, bringing with controversy. it is also the subject of the show, "amish mafia" that tries to pull back the curtain on this traditional community, that many in america are so fascinated by but no so little about. >> the amish operates by the law, and they look the other way. >> reporter: now, in the second series, they follow this man, lebanon levi, and his assistants who reportedly look after the people here in the amish community, doing the dirty work that th
>>> thanks for being with us tonight. and let's be honest. unless you are a genetic freak or a cyborg created in the labs of dolce & gabbana dropping a couple of dress sizes in a month is going to hurt. now, traditionally that pain comes at the gym or on a liposuction table or under a whalebone corset. but now there is a new way to wince your way into a size 4. tongue surgery that uses pain to erase all joy of eating. it's called the tongue patch diet. if you think i'm making it up just to scare you, here's abc's cecilia vega. >> reporter: meet marlene beltran and lisandra lanusa. two women about to start one of the most extreme weight loss plans yet. the tongue patch diet. plastic mesh known for hernia repair is sewn onto the tongue making eating solid food painful if not impossible. >> this is our patch. there it is. we put it right into the portion of her tongue. >> reporter: it's a kind of aversion therapy, pioneered in the u.s. by cosmetic surgeon dr. nicholas shegay. he introduced the procedure four years ago after first seeing it done in latin america. >> it doesn't
in his teeth ♪ ♪ the neighbors tellin' us to slow it down shake their heads in disbelief ♪ ♪ well we're breakin all the rules cuz they're getting in the way and we'll never be as ♪ ♪ young as we are today and they're claiming i'm a fool but i look the other way ♪ ♪ they can tell me what to do when i'm old and grey now the stars ♪ ♪ are ours tonight we'll worry 'bout tomorrow when the sun starts shining bright ♪ ♪ then we'll sleep but now the stars are ours tonight we'll worry 'bout tomorrow ♪ ♪ when the sun starts shining bright then we'll sleep ♪ ♪ hey ho hey ho ♪ hey ho hey [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: mayer hawthorne, you can see the bonus song from jimmy kimmel live.com. thanks to amber hir heard, than you for watching, "nightline" is next. ,, >>> tonight on "nightline," expedition of hope. 72 hours, 2500 needy people, lined up at dawn for urgently needed medical care, as volunteers scramble to supply over $2 million worth of health care. what happens when there is no end in sight to the demand. >> number one. >>> he walked 15 miles to have his teet
fadden, thank you for joining us. tonight, we're going to take you to an astonishing annual event in a remote part of rural virginia. for three days, people come from all around for a free clinic providing medical aid they couldn't otherwise afford. in an economy hit hard by lost job, many have to swallow their pride as they line up for basic care. they're men and women, young and old, as they travel, going it alone. here is bob woodruff. >> reporter: it is 5:00 a.m., nearly 500 people have been lining up for hours in the fair grounds in southwest virginia. but they are not here for a summertime fair. what are you doing here? >> i'm coming to get my dentures. >> reporter: oh, you have to get new dentures. >> i have a lot of trouble with my lungs right now, trying to get a specialist. so this is my only option. >> reporter: this is remote area medical, a traveling health care clinic. and this is stanley brock. for the next three days, brock and a team of volunteers will turn this fair ground into a make shift hospital, providing medical care to more than 2500 people. >> people are showing up.
for joining us. how did a wildfire cause the deaths of 19 of the most prepared and bravest firefighting pros? and why did only one of their members live to tell the tale? it seemed like a manageable fire until the shift in the wind changed everything. tonight, the lone survivor talks about the last hours, who made the final calls, including the decision that saved his life. here is abc's brian ñrross. >> reporter: the first report of what happened on that fateful day in yarnell's arizona, came from this terse call from a paramedic, lowered down from a charred scene. 19 fatalities. 19 of the 20 members. >> just started to pop up right away? >> yeah. >> reporter: what led to the deaths of the experienced team of hotshots remains under official investigation, but now for the first tomorrow, the lone survivor, brendan mcdonough is talking about what he saw, heard and how he survived. >> i asked a million times, why am i sitting here and why isn't -- why aren't they sitting here with me? >> reporter: all wildfires can become danrous. >> everything seemed normal, not threatening. just a typical d
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